Should Alameda Unified renovate Historic Alameda High School, repurpose or rebuild it? It’s a question they’ve posed to the public – and one other Bay Area school districts have grappled with in different ways.
Caroline Topeé faces light traffic on her walk to Haight Elementary School at 8:05 a.m Monday, which takes her, daughter Jovanna, 9, and a friend through a crosswalk that traverses Lincoln Avenue at Chestnut Street and into the school’s back gate.
October 5, 2011 was to be a watershed moment in the city’s long struggle to revitalize the defunct Naval Air Station Alameda. That night city leaders signed a new deal with the Navy that would put most of the former base into the city’s hands by the end of 2012, free of the $108.5 million price tag the Navy had demanded in prior years. Read more >> about The end of redevelopment